Movie Reviews Archive

Movie Review: ‘Tsunambee’

Review by Smee Anyone who knows me knows that I love a good and cheesy horror movie. There is nothing more fun than sitting down with your favorite people, popping in an old creature movie (I am a HUGE fan of the Godzilla franchise), ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Beguiled’

Review by Lauryn Angel Set during the Civil War, Sophia Coppola’s The Beguiled is the story of a group of women and young girls who have isolated themselves at an old Virginia home serving as Miss Farnsworth’s Seminary for Young Ladies. Headmistress Martha Farnsworth ...Read More

Blu-ray Review: ‘Wilson’

Review by Lauryn Angel Based on a graphic novel by Daniel Clowes, Wilson is more character-driven than plot driven. Wilson (Woody Harrelson) is a middle-aged man searching for meaning in his life after his father dies and his best friend moves away, leaving him ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘Baby Driver’

Greetings again from the darkness. If his movies are any indication, writer/director Edgar Wright would be fun to hang out with. He thrives on action and humor, and seems committed to making movies that are entertaining, rather than philosophical life statements. Many know his ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Big Sick’

Greetings again from the darkness. Those of us who tend to avoid Hollywood Romantic Comedies honestly have nothing against them in theory (no really, it’s true). The problems with the genre stem from (years of) cringe-inducing clichés, story structure re-treads, and inane dialogue – ...Read More

Movie Review: ‘The Women’s Balcony’

Greetings again from the darkness. Religious conflict is not often the source of cinematic comedy, but this Israeli film from director Emil Ben-Shimon and writer Shlomit Nehama provides many laughs to go along with its commentary on religious traditions and the power of women. ...Read More